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" Which we have ne'er experienced. We have been But voyaging along its barren coasts, Like some poor ever-roaming horde of pirates, That, crowded in the rank and narrow ship, House on the wild sea with wild usages, Nor know aught of the main land but the... "
The poetical works of S.T. Coleridge, including the dramas of Wallenstein ... - Страница 32
по Samuel Taylor [poetical works] Coleridge - 1829
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal

Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - 1800
...barren coasts, Like some poor ever-roaming horde of pirates* That, crowded in the rank and narrow ship, House on the wild sea with wild usages, Nor know aught...the bays Where safeliest they may venture a thieves' landings Whate'er in th' inland dales the land conceals Of fair and exquisite, O ! nothing, nothing^...

The Monthly Review

1800
...horde of pirates, House on the wild sea with wild usages, That, crowded in the rank and narrow ship, Nor know aught of the main land, but the bays Where...safeliest they may venture a thieves' landing. Whate'er in th' inland dales the land conceals Do we behold of that in our rude voyage. Of fair and exquisite,...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Том 14

1823
...barren coasts, Like some poor ever-roaming horde of pirates, That, crowded in the rank and narrow ship, House on the wild sea with wild usages. Nor know aught...safeliest they may venture a thieves' landing* Whate'er in th' inland dales the land conceals Of fair and exquisite. O ! nothing, nothing, Do we behold of that...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Том 14

1823
...barren coasts, Like some poor ever-roaming horde of pirates, That, crowded in the rank and narrow ship, House on the wild sea with wild usages, Nor know aught...Where safeliest they may venture a thieves' landing. What e'er in th' inland dales the land conceals Of fair and exquisite, O ! nothing, nothing, Do we...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Том 14

1823
...burén coaiu. Like tome poor ever-roaming horde of pirate», That, crowded in the rank and narrow ship, House on the wild sea with wild usages, Nor know aught...Where safeliest they may venture a thieves' landing. W hit e'er in th' inland dales the land conceals Of fair and exquisite, О ! nothing, nothing, Do we...

The Classical Speaker

Charles Knapp Dillaway - 1830 - 272 страници
...barren coasts, Like some poor ever-roaming horde of pirates, That, crowded in the rank and narrow ship, House on the wild sea with wild usages, Nor know aught...nothing, Do we behold of that in our rude voyage. Max. 'Twas the first leisure of my life. O tell me, What is the meed and purpose of the toil, The painful...

The Poetical Works of Coleridge, Shelley, and Keats: Complete in One Volume

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1831 - 607 страници
...on the wild sea with wild usages, Лог know aught of the main land, but the hays Where safclieet conceal» Of fair and exquisite, О ! nothing, nothing, Ito we behold of that in our rude voyage. OCTAVIO...

The Right Moral Influence and Use of Liberal Studies: A Discourse Delivered ...

Gulian Crommelin Verplanck - 1833 - 47 страници
...poor ever-roaming horde of pirates, That crowded in the rank and narrow ship House on the wild wave with wild usages, Nor know aught of the main land,...conceals Of fair and exquisite, O ! nothing, nothing, Do they behold of that in their rude voyage.* Closely connected with attachment to Principle, as well...

The Foreign quarterly review [ed. by J.G. Cochrane].

John George Cochrane - 1835
...barren coasts, Like some poor ever-roaming horde of pirates, That, crowded in the rank and narrow ship, House on the wild sea, with wild usages, Nor know aught of the main land, but the hays. — Whate'er in th' inland dales the land conceals Of fair and exquisite — O ! nothing, nothing,...

The Foreign Quarterly Review, Том 15

1835
...coasts, . Like some poor ever-roaming horde of pirates, That, crowded in the rank and narrow ship, House on the wild sea, with wild usages, Nor know aught of the main land, but the hays.— Whate'er in th' inland dales the land conceals Of fair and exquisite—O! nothing, nothing,...




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